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Dental Care Tips
Good oral care can be challenging for the disabled. Consider these tips to help adapt a regular schedule of toothbrushing and mouth care.
Dental Care Overview
The disabled are at high risk for poor dental health. Here are some ways to help take better care of your mouth and teeth and prevent oral disease.
Deaf Survivors of the Holocaust
It is estimated that at least 17,000 deaf Germans were sterilized or killed during the Holocaust. However, there were survivors and due to the extensive research and work done by historians, we have some of those stories of inspiration.
Cooking Tools to Use for Independent Living
Cooking can be fun and a great way to instill independence. While many people with disabilities simply use equipment purchased at the local store and learn to cook in their own way, adapted tools for the kitchen are readily available.
Connecting the Dots in Delaware
Since 2009, the University of Delaware Center for Disabilities Studies and Delaware Family Voices have published a comprehensive guide to services for those with disabilities and special needs in the state of Delaware. The booklet helps those with special needs navigate state resources.
Confront Your New Disability
There is no understanding what it means when a new diagnosis of a permanent disability has been given unless you have been there. Like any life-altering event, there are a series of emotional hurdles like shock, denial, anger and eventually acceptance.
Coil LLC - A Business Enabling The Disabled
In Wyoming, a small business has joined together with its community to support one another and its residents. The results have proved to be more rewarding than was planned or anticipated.
Choosing a Walking Cane
Choosing a walking stick or cane is more complex than one might think. The correct cane is one that is appropriate in height and provides stability to the user to improve balance, support and shifting weight off of a leg that is injured or weak.
Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating
Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating (CRAB) was established in 1991 to teach the physically and developmentally disabled the joys of sailing. The program is modeled after one originated by the National Ocean Access Project in Rhode Island and is affiliated with Disability Sports USA.
Bathing Benefits and Aids
Anyway you choose to bathe, there is equipment that you can use to maintain independence, promote more independence in others or give care to another. Bathing does not have to be done every day for everyone, but donít neglect to use bathing as an enjoyable as well as a healthy experience.
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